Tag: death

Welcome to the Church of Speculative Fiction by Robert Essig

It has been said that one of the greatest fears next to death and public speaking is the fear of the unknown. I don’t like public speaking, that’s for sure, but the unknown can certainly be a pretty damn frightening thing to behold. Sit there and really think about being […]

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A Romantic Retreat by M.G. Allen

“It’s so quiet.” “Yes, it is,” David agreed. “It’s too quiet,” Jill said. “I thought this would be romantic but it’s more creepy than romantic.  Too bad we couldn’t find the floodlight switch.  The pitch blackness is spooky as hell.” He tightened his arm around her bare shoulders as they […]

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THE BROKEN URN by Gerry Griffiths

“Cameron, get over here quick!” “Hold on.” Cameron swung his legs over the edge of the bed and shifted the phone to his other ear. “Now! I mean it!” “Jesus, Charlene, it’s two in the morning.” “I know that but I did something real stupid.” “Can’t it wait?”

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Get to know Tiffany Turpin Johnson

Tiffany Turpin Johnson is the author of “The Other Twin”, a very macabre story about siblings. 1. What inspired you to write the story that appears in Dark Moon Digest 14? Oh man, I don’t even want to answer this one. I am so far from the man in that […]

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Now Available: SEX, DEATH, ETC. by Howie Good

Our second poetry e-book has just been released, and we are absolutely thrilled to share this one with you. SEX, DEATH, ETC. by Howie Good is an experimental mix of poetic prose and poetry, a rhythmic look at life and death and everything else in between. Howie Good, a journalism […]

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Lunatic Lindsey Beth Goddard

Lindsey Beth Goddard was the author of “Out with the Old,” a story where a wealthy woman leaves her aging husband and kills him to be with a younger man . . . or does she? Lindsey Beth Goddard is a dark fiction author living in the suburbs of St. […]

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